One of the few Netflix films that I wish I'd seen on a big screen. So much of this film is so very awesome, atmospheric and exciting, that it's a real pity it hamstrings itself with a) an awful daughter subplot that pays off in the most embarrassing way possible, and b) dialogue that too often resorts to various characters shouting "what's happening? tell me what's going on?" and not being answered. YO SCREENWRITERS, THIS IS NOT THE SAME THING AS SUSPENSE, IT'S ACTUALLY JUST REEEEALLY ANNOYING.
But it still gets a pass because Frank Grillo.